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Old 05-21-2013, 07:54 PM   #1
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Best 60 ft on atrret tires

Looking to see what people are running as far as 60 foot times and on what tires as far as street tires. Not looking at running a drag radial even though that would be the best route. Just want something I can drive everyday and not go through changing out tires before the track. Any thoughts on what tires are good and what suspension mods to the rear thanks
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Old 05-25-2013, 09:24 AM   #2
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Ive Ran a 2.0 on nittos street performance tires and that was only with 245/45/17 imagine if I had wider tires I could have pulled a 1.xx nitto street performance tires is what I'd get
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Old 05-25-2013, 05:39 PM   #3
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I have nitto invos now there not to bad of a tired I think with suspension they will be good. But they get greasy if you do a burn out then they just spin a lot
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I have nitto invos now there not to bad of a tired I think with suspension they will be good. But they get greasy if you do a burn out then they just spin a lot
All street tires do that. It's best to avoid the water box and just give them a quick spin to clean them. Street tires that is
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Yeah with street tires I usually just chirp them to clean off rocks. But I have some suspension mods, and with some continental street tires I've cut a 1.9
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Yeah with street tires I usually just chirp them to clean off rocks. But I have some suspension mods, and with some continental street tires I've cut a 1.9
Not to shabby!
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That's not bad on a street tire. Yeah I never go through the water. Just a quick hop clean then go. I was looking at running a larger tire like a kdw 2 295 35 r19 and doing suspension to see what that would do. Not sure how those tires are but it seams that's the biggest I can get for a street tire. Without running a drag radial
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1.9 on 275 nitto 555's @ 24psi was bone stock suspension at the time
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1.9 on 275 nitto 555's @ 24psi was bone stock suspension at the time
Nice man! Roll out or did you just drop it?
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Nice man! Roll out or did you just drop it?
Had to roll into slightly, otherwise the stall would flash up too quick and just do a burnout
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Like a 2.2-.3 on some cheapo all season tires with only a fair amount of tread.
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